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“Maersk is part of a group of companies, led by Dubai's DP World, that are spending $8.3 billion to build warehouses, docks and refineries, in addition to the $4.1 billion the port is spending to build the land.”
“As the sun sank in late afternoon, a crew member called the Maersk line's offices to report, "We are safe," company CEO John F. Reinhart told reporters at his Norfolk, Va., headquarters.”
“As the sun sank in late afternoon, a crew member called the Maersk line's offices to report, '' We are safe, '' company CEO John F. Reinhart told reporters at his Norfolk, Va., headquarters.”
“The attack against the Danish-owned vessel, called the Maersk”
“From what I read, the ship was owned by an American subsidiary of Maersk which is Dutch and the crew was primarily American.”
“CNN's Stan Grant is in Mombassa, Kenya with reaction from the "Maersk" crew members.”
“Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) levels are actually rising, and include more well-known players such as Maersk Oil (Denmark) and Buried Hill Energy (Canada).”
“But it also gives it deep water, "which means you can go straight out to the ocean," says Kim Fejfer, CEO of APM Terminals, a unit of Denmark's A.P. Moller-Maersk AS.”
“The ability to dock superlarge ships was what drew the companies to Rotterdam, says a spokeswoman for France's CMA-CGM SA, the world's No. 2 container line by volume, behind Maersk.”
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